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Notebook: 2021/22 season

A look at the key stats and figures following the conclusion of MK Dons' 2021/22 season...

12 May 2022

A look at the key stats and figures following the conclusion of MK Dons' 2021/22 season...

12 – MK Dons went 12 away games unbeaten between November and April, which was a new Club record. The previous record was 11, set during the 2007/08 season.

15 – MK Dons went 15 games without defeat between January and April, which was the second-best unbeaten run in Club history. The Club record is 18, set during the 2007/08 season.

29 – MK Dons won 29 games this season across all competitions. That is tied for the third best total in Club history. The Club record is 33, set during the 2007/08 season.

26 – MK Dons won 26 league games this season. That is tied for the third best total in Club history and tied for the second best total at third-tier level. The Club record is 29, set during the 2007/08 season.

14 – MK Dons suffered just 14 defeats this season across all competitions. That is tied for the third fewest in Club history. The Club record is 10, set during the 2007/08 season.

9 – MK Dons suffered just nine league defeats this season. That is tied for the second fewest in Club history and tied for the fewest at third-tier level. The Club record is seven, set during the 2007/08 season.

15 – MK Dons won 15 home games this season across all competitions. That is tied for the fifth best total in Club history. The Club record is 19, set during the 2014/15 season.

13 – MK Dons won 13 home league games this season. That is fifth best total in Club history. The Club record is 16, set during the 2014/15 season.

6 – MK Dons lost just six home matches this season across all competitions. That is tied for the third fewest in Club history. The Club record is four, set during the 2010/11 season.

5 – MK Dons lost five home league games this season. That is tied for the second fewest in Club history. The Club record is 4, set during the 2010/11 season and matched in the 2018/19 season.

14 – MK Dons were victorious in 14 away matches this season across all competitions. That is tied for the second-best total in Club history. The Club record is 20, set during the 2007/08 season.

13 – MK Dons were victorious in 13 away league matches this season. That is the third best total in Club history. The Club record is 18, set during the 2007/08 season.

8 – MK Dons suffered just eight away defeats this season across all competitions. That is the fifth best total in Club history. The Club record is three, set during the 2007/08 season.

4 – MK Dons suffered just four away league defeats this season. That is tied for the second fewest in Club history. The Club record is two, set during the 2007/08 season.

88 – MK Dons scored 88 goals this season across all competitions. That is the fourth best total in Club history. The Club record is 117, set during the 2014/15 season.

78 – MK Dons scored 78 league goals this season. That is the fifth best total in Club history. The Club record is 101, set during the 2014/15 season. It also ranked fourth amongst Sky Bet League One teams this season.

44 – MK Dons scored 44 away league goals this season, which was a new Club record. The previous record was 43, set during the 2007/08 season.

38 - MK Dons scored 38 goals inside the first 45 minutes of league games. That was the third best total in Sky Bet League One, behind only Oxford United (45) and Sunderland (38).

44 – MK Dons conceded just 44 league goals this season. That is tied for the third fewest in Club history and tied for the second fewest at third-tier level. The Club record is 37, set during the 2007/08 season. It also ranked second amongst Sky Bet League One teams this season.

21 – MK Dons conceded just 21 home league goals this season. That is tied for the third fewest in Club history. The Club record is 14, set during the 2018/19 season.

23 – MK Dons conceded just 23 away league goals this season. That is the fifth fewest in Club history. The Club record is 20, set during the 2007/08 season and matched during the curtailed 2019/20 campaign.

89 – MK Dons collected 89 points from their 46 league games this season. That is the third best total in Club history and the second best total at third-tier level. The Club record is 97, set during the 2007/08 season.

44 – MK Dons collected 44 points from their 23 home league games this season. That is the fifth best total in Club history. The Club record is 51, set during the 2014/15 season.

45 – MK Dons collected 45 points from their 23 away league games this season. That is the third best total in Club history. The Club record is 57, set during the 2007/08 season.

51 - MK Dons collected 51 points from their 24 matches in 2022. That was the second best total in the EFL, behind only Bristol Rovers (54).

25 - MK Dons collected 25 points after falling behind this season, courtesy of six wins and seven draws. That was the third best total in the EFL, behind only Hartlepool United (26) and Coventry City (27).

973 – MK Dons have played a total of 973 competitive matches and will, therefore, break the 1,000 mark midway through the 2022/23 season.

491 – MK Dons have played 491 home matches in Club history and will, therefore, break the 500-mark early in the 2022/23 season.

191 – MK Dons have won 191 home league matches in Club history and will, hopefully, break the 200-mark in the 2022/23 season.

22.6 - MK Dons named a starting line-up this season which had an average age of 22.6. That is the third youngest starting XI across the EFL, behind only AFC Wimbledon (22.4) and Barnsley (22.4).

23,302 – MK Dons made 23,302 passes this league season, which ranked first amongst all Sky Bet League One teams.

2,864 - MK Dons made 2,864 passes to the final third this league season, which ranked first amongst all Sky Bet League One teams.

439 - MK Dons made 439 through passes this league season, which ranked first amongst all Sky Bet League One teams.

766 – MK Dons players made 766 progressive runs this league season, which ranked third amongst all Sky Bet League One teams.

619 – MK Dons players were fouled a total of 619 times this league season, which ranked first amongst all Sky Bet League One teams.

64.2 – MK Dons boasted a defensive duels success percentage of 64.2%, this league season, which ranked second amongst all Sky Bet League One teams.


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54 – Warren O’Hora made 54 appearances this season across all competitions. That is the most amongst MK Dons players. He was also the only player to feature in every single league match this campaign. O’Hora totalled 4,687 league minutes which ranked second amongst all Sky Bet League One players.

33 – Scott Twine contributed to 33 goals across all competitions this season, which was a new Club record. The previous Club record was 26, set by Izale McLeod during the 2006/07 season. The next three were Troy Parrott (17), Mo Eisa (14) and Matt O’Riley (13).

20 – Scott Twine scored 20 goals this season, which was the most amongst MK Dons players. The next three were Mo Eisa (12), Harry Darling (10) and Troy Parrott (10).

10 – Harry Darling scored 10 goals this season, which was the most by an MK Dons player in a single season.

9 – Scott Twine scored nine goals from outside the penalty area this league season, which was the most amongst all players across the EFL.

6 – Scott Twine scored six goals direct from free-kicks this league season, which was the most by any player across the EFL.

4 – Harry Darling scored four goals from corners this season, which was tied for the second best total amongst all Sky Bet League One players.

13 – Scott Twine provided 13 assists this season, which was the most amongst MK Dons players. The next three were Troy Parrott (7), Matt O’Riley (6) and Josh McEachran (6). Scott Twine ranked second amongst Sky Bet League One players with his 13 league assists this season.

18 – MK Dons had 18 unique goalscorers across all competitions this season (Scott Twine, Mo Eisa, Harry Darling, Troy Parrott, Max Watters, Matt O'Riley, Peter Kioso, Hiram Boateng, Tennai Watson, Warren O'Hora, Jay Bird, Ethan Robson, Zak Jules, Theo Corbeanu, Connor Wickham, Kaine Kesler Hayden, Conor Coventry, Daniel Harvie)

152 – Scott Twine had 152 shots this league season, which was the most amongst Sky Bet League One players and the second best total across the EFL. He also ranked first in the EFL for shots outside the penalty area with 102.

3.85 – Theo Corbeanu finished with a record of 3.58 shots per 90 minutes, which ranked first amongst all Sky Bet League One players. Scott Twine was third on that list with 3.13. He also finished with a record of 13.43 dribbles per 90 minutes, which ranked first amongst all Sky Bet League One players.

119 – Scott Twine was fouled 119 times this league season, which was the most suffered by a player across the EFL.

3,108 – Dean Lewington made 3,108 passes this league season, which ranked first amongst all Sky Bet League One players and fourth across the entire EFL. Warren O’Hora (2,642) and Harry Darling (2,587) were second and third in the Sky Bet League One list, respectively. Lewington also ranked first in the EFL for progressive passes (647) and second in Sky Bet League One for passes to the final third (512).

79 – Scott Twine made 79 through passes this league season, which ranked second amongst Sky Bet League One players.

152 – Theo Corbeanu made 152 progressive runs this league season, which ranked second amongst all Sky Bet League One players.

140 – Jamie Cumming made a total of 140 saves this league season, which is tied for the fourth best total amongst Sky Bet League One players.

10.46 – Jamie Cumming finished the league season with a prevented goals record of 10.46, which ranked first amongst all goalkeepers in the EFL.

54 – Liam Manning took charge of 54 games during his first season as MK Dons Head Coach. That ranks eighth amongst all MK Dons managers.

29 – Liam Manning won 29 of his 54 games in charge of MK Dons this season. That is the fifth best total amongst all MK Dons managers and only two away from tying Paul Tisdale in third.

53.7% - Liam Manning boasts a win percentage of 53.7% following his first season as MK Dons Head Coach. That is the best win percentage of any previous MK Dons manager.

50 – Following the 2021/22 season, MK Dons have four active players amongst the Top 50 for club appearances. Those players are Dean Lewington (1st, 854), David Kasumu (T-36th, 93), Warren O’Hora (43rd, 89) and Daniel Harvie (T-47th, 83).


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